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By ROBERT KELLER / Pulse Correspondent | January 8, 2008
The playoffs have begun as the first eight teams faced off for a spot in the second round. Only four survived and some were a surprise. The best game this past weekend was between Jacksonville and Pittsburgh. The Steelers had only lost one home game this season - against Jacksonville. The Jaguars looked to beat the Steelers and secure a spot in the divisional round. What started out as a close game - 7-7 at the end of the first quarter - turned into a Jaguar romp in the second and third quarters.
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NEWS
October 11, 2008
Washington 19, Kettle Run 0 CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Jordan Carter rushed for 127 yards and two touchdowns as the Patriots shut out Kettle Run (0-7). Brad Jackson added 140 rushing yards and a touchdown and Dylan Nick had 92 yards rushing for Washington (2-4). The Patriots had 387 yards of total offense, 372 on the ground. Washington's defense worked just as well as the offense, forcing six turnovers. Markee Smith, Tyrek Collier and John Spofford each had an interception.
NEWS
October 27, 2006
YOUTH LEAGUES Washington County Junior FootballA-Team Playoffs Giants 25, Packers 0 Giants: Corey Ballard 3 TD runs (55, 10 and 42 yards), Eric Bayman 10-yard TD run. Browns 20, Dolphins 14 Browns: Reggie Russ 4-yard TD run, Michael Rider 15-yard TD pass, Kenny Kitchen 12-yard TD run. Dolphins: Nick Stubbs 49-yard TD run, Zachery Zalianiak 2-yard TD run. Patriots 36, Bears 0 Patriots: Ben Daniels 3 TD runs (25, 25, and 57 yards)
NEWS
By JOHN O'BRIEN | September 20, 2008
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- His team's home debut probably didn't go as well as Washington football coach Mark Hash had hoped, but it probably went about like he'd expected. The Patriots were outclassed in their first-ever home game, losing 55-8 Friday night to a Martinsburg team seeking redemption after two early-season losses. The Bulldogs lost last week to Urbana, 29-28. "They're one of the top three or four programs in the state of West Virginia," Hash said. "They had something to prove tonight, and they proved it. " Martinsburg (2-2)
NEWS
By MARK KELLER | September 5, 2008
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - No matter the outcome of Friday's game, it was sure to be a night of firsts for the Washington High School football team. The squad representing the new Jefferson County school would be playing its first game, gaining its first yards and, hopefully, scoring its first points. The first that mattered most to the Patriots, however, was the first win. Washington got that out of the way, too, getting several big defensive stops and solid running from Dylan Nick to beat Hedgesville 14-6 at Mumaw Field.
SPORTS
By BRETT NIEVES | Staff Correspondent | January 17, 2012
North Hagerstown rallied back from a 16-point deficit in the first half on Tuesday night for a 53-51 victory over Thomas Johnson. It was the Hubs' fourth straight win and sixth in the last eight contests. “We're playing with more confidence now,” North coach Kevin Hartman said. “This was a nice win and a good comeback.” The Hubs (6-6) trailed the Patriots throughout and didn't take their first lead until 6:36 mark of the fourth quarter. North was clinging to a 52-49 lead with just under 30 seconds to play when Nick Colvin came up with a key block on a potential game-tying shot.
NEWS
September 14, 2000
TJ posts close victory over Goretti By DAN KAUFFMAN / Staff Writer photo: JOE CROCETTA / staff photographer Both No. 1 Thomas Johnson and St. Maria Goretti got what they wanted in Thursday's boys soccer tilt. continued Goretti managed to keep the game close despite the Patriots' severe pressure through the first half and eventually tied the game in the second half, proving the winless Gaels can compete with any team. Thomas Johnson boarded the bus for home with an expected, yet difficult 2-1 victory in its possession.
NEWS
February 15, 1997
By MARK KELLER Staff Writer ST. JAMES - In a game of this magnitude, the basketball is like gold and a team must go to any lengths to protect it. But no matter how hard Thomas Johnson tried to hold onto the treasure in the closing minutes against St. John's at Prospect Hall, the Vikings kept stealing the gold. Four straight Patriots' turnovers sparked an 18-0 game-ending run as St. John's came back to defeat upset-minded Thomas Johnson, 63-49, in the semifinals of the St. James Invitational Tournament.
NEWS
By DAN KAUFFMAN | September 30, 2010
View all of the photos for purchase! SAINT JAMES -- Once Washington's volleyball team got its attack straightened out late in Game 1 of Wednesday's match at Saint James, the Patriots were a little too much for the Saints. Nikki Ashbaugh was the best player on the floor, finishing with 28 assists and six aces, and Washington found another gear for a 24-26, 25-23, 25-15, 25-15 victory. "She every single match gives 100 percent. I never have to question her work ethic," Patriots coach Ian Hillman said.
NEWS
by TIM KOELBLE | September 24, 2005
koelble@herald-mail.com FREDERICK, Md. - Thomas Johnson lost the flip of the coin on Friday night. After that, everything was on the upside in what turned out to be a walk in the park as the Patriots throttled North Hagerstown, 46-0. The Patriots (2-1), who have won two of their first three games for the first time since 2000, scored at will in the first period on the way to a 34-0 first-quarter lead in the first meeting between the schools since 1986. By halftime it was 46-0, and TJ did it on only 19 plays from scrimmage, 13 in the second quarter.
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